Kotryna is a professional photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Born in Lithuania, lived in the UK and Australia she has an eye for the ‘in between moments’ that are usually overlooked. Kotryna captures moments within nature, urban environment and people. She identifies as a documentary photographer and her style portrays a sense of time.
Juskaite’s process is experimental, she embraces the new and the unknown in her artistic practice. It requires patience, as she is always waiting for the next opportunity to capture.
Naturally with the photos Kotryna takes, the subject of the images tells stories that almost allows the audience to foresee what the images are trying to convey. Often the photos speak to the audience as they are relatable to the art in every day life. With the documentary style of her work she aims to portray emotion, often evoking the sense of emptiness or joy. She uses this approach in her personal projects as well as work for clients.
With a background in graphic design she discovered her passion in designing photo publications.
Contact her if you have any ideas for any project, she’s always open to collaborations.
|2022||Group exhibition with Kornet Kollektiv at Galleri Korn, Stockholm, Sweden.|
|2020||Group exhibition with Kornet Kollektiv at Galleri Korn, Stockholm, Sweden.|
|Group exhibition with Lithuanian artists at Galleri DeBernardo, Stockholm, Sweden.|
|2019||Group exhibition with Kornet Kollektiv at Galleri Korn, Stockholm, Sweden.|
|Rotterdam Photo Festival, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.|
|2018||‘Lithuanian Dancers’ publication at Kiosk: Project Space, York, The United Kingdom.|
|‘Tremtyje’ at a Lithuanian Book Fair at ABF, Stockholm, Sweden.|
|2017||‘DO’ Art, Architecture and Design Degree Show at Leeds Beckett University.|
|‘Influx’ Graphic Arts and Design, Studio 24, Leeds.|
|‘10,500 Miles’ publication bought by the Winchester School of Art Artists Book Collection.|
Clive Eggington Memorial Prize for Best Photographer of Graphic Arts and Design.
Croome Research and Development Award for Art and Design Graduates.
‘10,500 Miles’ publication bought by the Winchester School of Art Artists Book Collection.